Pot Noodle Bombay Bad Boy is a hot and spicy variation of this much loved hot noodle snack. Deep down, everybody loves a pot noodle. Just tear off the foil covering and add some hot water – it’s that easy.
Pot Noodles contain dehydrated soya, noodles, dried vegetables and flavoured powder. One of a variety of flavours available to buy; the lads love this one in particular.
Most popular with customers in United States of America (USA), Canada, Italy, France, UK - England, Germany, Greece, Sweden and Switzerland, but you can buy Pot Noodle Bombay Bad Boy for delivery worldwide.
One of our Pot Noodle branded products. Take advantage of our current sale discount, saving you £0.40, and is suitable for vegetarians.
May Contain Celery, Contains Cereals Containing Gluten, May Contain Eggs, May Contain Milk, May Contain Mustard, Contains Soya.
Noodle mix (96%): Dried noodles (65%) [WHEAT flour (contains calcium carbonate, iron, niacin, thiamin), palm oil, salt, firming agents (potassium carbonate, sodium carbonates)], maltodextrin, WHEAT flour, curry (coriander, cumin, turmeric, pepper, aniseed, cinnamon, fennel seed, ginger, lovage root, cayenne pepper, allspice), yeast extract, garlic†, sweetcorn, peas†, sugar, salt, onion powder†, palm fat, BARLEY malt extract, potato starch, soy sauce (SOYBEANS, WHEAT), flavourings, acid (citric acid), paprika†. Sauce Sachet (4%): Chilli sauce (water, spirit vinegar, modified corn starch, salt, cumin, cayenne pepper, flavourings). †From sustainable agriculture May contain milk, egg, celery and mustard.
- Storage Type: Ambient.
- Store in a cool, dry place (but don't let dust gather)
These make a great alternative to the usual ramen I'll throw in my bag for lunch. If you're bored of the usual noodles floating in a generic chicken bullion then give them a try. These are a hearty alternative. Keep in mind that the soup powder is already on the noodles but you'll add as much sriracha like sauce from a separate packed as you like. 4* from me because, after all, we are talking about a dehydrated meal in a plastic cup albeit a good one.
Pot Noodles have always been a convenient snack for me when I don't have too much time on hand to cook. I tend to gravitate towards the milder flavors like Curry or Sweet and Sour flavors. The Bombay Bad Boy flavor is extremely overpowering in terms of spice levels and to be honest, it lacks taste. The little sachet of fire chilli sauce is included in the pot, which is the reason for the burning sensation in your mouth. When I tried this flavor for the first time, it was difficult to finish. I think I will stick to the aforementioned flavors.
If you like your food to be really bloody spicy then this is the Pot Noodle for you, provided you don't mind it having less of an overall flavour than the other Pot Noodle flavours. I am a big fan of spicy food, the hotter the better, but as other reviewers have said this Pot Noodle is basically just chilli. It doesn't have much flavour once you get over the heat, so I would recommend getting a different flavour and adding your own chilli sauce powder to heat up those instead.
I wanted so much to like this. Unfortunately, it didn't have enough salt. I made a similar remark in my review on the Mushroom and Chicken Pot Noodle, though that had more going for it than this. This was spicy, as in hot, but didn't have a lot of flavor. Seems like just a bit of salt could have helped it out tremendously.
Now and then I like to have pot noodle as a treat.I never bought it from the shops here in Italy where we live because it makes a difference in quality.It is so easy to make just simply add boiling water and all done.So I think its a very good item to have in food cupboard .Bombay Bad Boy is spicy but you can add up to it if you like .
Was a little bit disappointed with the noodles... used to love this when I was a kid growing up in the UK. I can't put my finger on it, why I wasn't impressed. It was spicy with a good kick, but just lacked something. Will give it one more go because I really want to enjoy it like I used to.
I didn't like it much. The only taste is just spicy, other than the spiciness I found it pretty bland. I did add all the packets including the chili sauce. I didn't actually mind the heat, I have a rather high tolerance for it so it's not because it's too spicy that I give this 2 stars. I just didn't enjoy the flavour.
When I started eating this I thought it was nice but when I had got about halfway through I started thinking it was too spicy.
I don't mind spicy food although I prefer 'medium' dishes to 'hot' ones. Obviously with a name like Bombay Bad Boy this wasn't going to be mild but... it was too spicy for my palate!
One of my favourite Noodle snacks, however it must be made clear that this should not be eaten unless you enjoy a bit...rather I should say a lot, of a spicy kick.
I eat spicy food fairly regularly, and even I was finding this something of a struggle to eat.
However, I will make clear that it has a great taste, and if you can handle the heat, then I say go for it.
Let me begin with that I usually like spiced, hot food. However, Pot Noodle Bombay Bad Boy is at least in the British scale, way too hot.
I have tried this a couple times, and the first time I could not eat the whole pot since it was too spicy.
The second time I had sour cream together with this, and that helped me with the spiciness. So I recommend you to eat this one with natural yoghurt or sour cream.
This is probably the only Pot Noodle flavour that I don't like. It is an incredibly hot curry flavour, and as if that wasn't enough, you get a sachet of hot fire chilli sauce, in case you happen to be a masochist.
I can't give an opinion on the flavour...I can't even say if there is any flavour, it's just very very spicy! Never again!
Eh, I wasn't impressed with this Bad Boy. I love me some instant noodles, however I was just uninspired. The noodles were different than I'm used to (a little flatter and chewier) and the flavor wasn't that great for me. I didn't include the oil packet because it just seemed like it would make it terribly greasy. Perhaps that was my mistake not adding it, but either way - wouldn't bother with it again.
OMG no way could I eat these again, far too hot and spicy for my taste, but I'm giving it four stars because it is also quite flavourful. I would have loved it if it had slightly less heat to it, but then it's Bombay Bad Boy, so that's what you can expect. Keep a glass of water near by if you decide to try it.
This should be called, Bombay Burnt Boy... it is so hot! The flavour is nice but be careful not to add the sauce if you are not used to hot food. I'm a medium hot curry person myself, so I was sorry that I'd added it all. I have always wondered why Pot Noodle have never done a Christmas special... Roast Turkey and stuffing flavour. I think it would be very popular!
Pot noodles are my snack of choice, and I think each flavour suits a situation. For the Bombay Bad boy, it is ideal for when you come home late after being out and you fancy something filling yet easy to make before you go to bed. I like to add some ketchup to it sometimes to enjoy a milder taste.
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